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Khatta Meetha Review

Comedy king, Akshay Kumar is back with yet another humorous and mocking movie, ‘Khatta Meetha’, not only as the leading protagonist, but also as a producer for the first time. Directed by renowned director Priyadarshan, ‘Khatta Meetha’ is reportedly an adaptation of the 1989 Malayalam blockbuster ‘Vellanakalude Nadu’. The movie is presented by Shri Ashtavinayak Cine Visions and Akshay Kumar’s Hari Om Entertainment Company. Irshad Kamil, Shehzad Roy and Nitin Raikwar have written the lyrics, while Pritam Chakraborty and Shani have composed the music. The film also stars Trisha Krishnan, South Indian sensation who is making her Bollywood debut, as the female lead.

‘Khatta Meetha’ revolves around road mafia and corruption in the construction business that is prevailing in India. Akshay Kumar plays the role of a 37 years old struggling road constructor, Sachin Tichkule. Ganphule Madam (Trisha Krishnan) is Sachin’s college time love whom he had ditched to accomplish his dreams of earning quick money. However, it is least expected that his dreams would come true since he has no money to pay for the bribes. Matters turn worse when the new municipal commissioner enters. The commissioner is none other than his ex-girlfriend, Ganphule, who hates him to death. Here starts the journey of Sachin making efforts to smooth out his way from one disaster to another.

Through this light hearted comedy, ‘Khatta Meetha’ tries to expose the rampant use of fake material to construct roads and highways. It reveals the truth of the prevailing corruption and bribery in the system of India. It also exposes the fact that the construction of roads is only paper written and, at times, a single road is made again and again just to earn more money. All in all, one can expect the interpretation of large misuse of government funds by government contractors for constructing and repairing roads in India from the film. For all you die-hard fans of Akshay Kumar, ‘Khatta Meetha’ is sure to keep you glued to your seats.

Rating :::7.5/10::: [Comedy Throughout The Movie]